- Language: Chantyal
- Alternate names: Chentel, Chantel, Chhantel
- Language code: chx
- Language family: Sino-Tibetan, Tibeto-Burman, Western Tibeto-Burman, Bodish, West Bodish, Gurung-Tamang, Gurungic (SIL classification)
- Number of speakers: ~2,000 (Myagdi Chantyal)
- Vulnerability: Threatened
- Script: Devanagari script, recently developed.
Some believe Chantyal will be replaced soon. Outsiders often regard it as Magar, but they claim a Thakuri origin (de Sales 1993). Much lexical borrowing from Nepali. Sometimes called Khamkura as are Kham languages, which can have a general meaning of local non-Nepali dialect. (Watters 2002). Traditional religion, Buddhist.
Chantyal is spoken in Nepal, South Asia.